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Mechanical movements, powers and devices; a treatise describing mechanical movements and devices used in constructive and operative machinery and the mechanical arts, being practically a mechanical dictionary, commencing with a rudimentary description of the early known mechanical powers and detailing the various motions, appliances and inventions used in the mechanical arts to the present time, including a chapter on straight line movements, by Gardner D. Hiscox


Published 1914
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Publisher New York, The Norman W. Henley publishing co.
Pages 462
Possible copyright status The Library of Congress is unaware of any copyright restrictions for this item.
Language English
Call number 8704963
Digitizing sponsor The Library of Congress
Book contributor The Library of Congress
Collection library_of_congress; americana

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